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Max Weber

Weber was a Jewish-American painter. One of the first American Cubists, later life he turned to Jewish themes in his art.

Niklaus Weckmann

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Born by the name of Arthur Fellig (June 12, 1899 – December 26, 1968) in modern-day Ukraine, the photographer and photojournalist developed the nickname ‘Weegee” because of his almost mystical ability to capture scenes at just the right moment. Weegee is famed for his bold black and white photos which…

Edwin Lord Weeks

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Carrie Mae Weems

Carrie Mae Weems is one of the most widely known and celebrated American contemporary artists and uses her strong skills in storytelling to drive her work in photography and film. Her art addresses issues of class, race, and gender, as well as family relationships and culture. She has been exhibited…

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Jan Baptist Weenix

Jan Baptist Weenix was a renowned painter whose career spanned the Dutch Golden Age. Jan Baptist Weenix was born in 1621, and studied under the artists Abraham Bloemaert and Claes Cornelisz. In 1643, Jan Baptist Weenix traveled to Italy, remaining for four years. In Italy, he developed his signature style…

Jan Weesop

William Wegman

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Zhang Weibang

Zhang Weibang was a Chinese court painter for Emperor Qianlong during the Qing Dynasty. Chinese emperors often commissioned painters like Zhang for portraits, calligraphy, landscapes, and other types of painting. One of the most noted court painters during Qianlong’s reign was an Italian painter named Giuseppe Castiglione. While other painters…

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Dan Weiner

Dan Weiner was born in New York City on October 12th, 1919, in an immigrant, blue-collar family in East Harlem. Weiner became interested in photography at fifteen when his uncle gave him a camera for his birthday. After highschool, Weiner was thrown out of the house when he told his…


Johann Wilhelm Weinmann

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Julian Alden Weir

Julian Alden Weir was born on August 30, 1852, in West Point, New York. His father was an artist, as were some of his older siblings, and he was a part of a family of 16 children. Julian Alden Weir also had an interest in art and his family encouraged…

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Yvonne Wells

(B. 1940) Yvonne Wells started her career as a physical education teacher in public schools, but since she began quilting she has won awards and been exhibited in many museums. She describes her own art as folk art through the medium of quilting. Recurring themes in her work include Christian…

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Theodore Wendel

Theodore Wendel (1857-1932) was an American Impressionist painter. Born in Midway, Ohio to German parents, Wendel first studied art at the McMicken School of Design in Cincinnati. In 1876, he traveled to Munich and enrolled at the Royal Academy. While in Germany, he befriended Frank Duveneck and his group of…

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William Wendt

William Wendt was a California Impressionist landscape painter best known for his role in developing the visual arts culture of southern California in the early 20th century. Born in 1865, he immigrated from Germany to the United States in 1880 and settled in Chicago. Wendt took night classes at the…

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Benjamin West

American-born painter Benjamin West rose to be the most prominent artist in late 18th century London. Yet, his legacy was most impactful through his teaching, which influenced art in the United States for years to come. Benjamin West was born on October 10, 1738, in Pennsylvania. His earliest works were…

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Lilian Westcott Hale

Born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1880, Lilian Westcott Hale was an American impressionist painter. She painted a variety of subjects, including interiors, landscapes, and still lifes, but she is most known for portraiture, especially of women and children. Hale often worked in charcoal and graphite. She has associated with the…

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Brett Weston

Brett Weston (originally Theodore Brett Weston; December 16, 1911, Los Angeles–January 22, 1993, Hawaii) was an American photographer. Van Deren Coke described Brett Weston as the \”child genius of American photography.\” He was the second of the four sons of photographer Edward Weston and Flora Chandler. | From Wikipedia, the…

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Jacob Willemsz. de Wet the Elder

The Dutch Early Modern painter Jacob Willemsz. de Wet the Elder was born around 1610 in Haarlem, Netherlands. Little is known about his early life. In 1632, de Wet became a member of the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke. De Wet primarily produced biblical and mythological work such as The…

Willibald Wex


Rogier van der Weyden

Bernhard Heinrich Weyhe

James McNeill Whistler

James Abbott McNeill Whistler (July 11, 1834 – July 17, 1903) was an American-born, British-based artist. Averse to sentimentality and moral allusion in painting, he was a leading proponent of the credo, \”art for art\’s sake\”. His famous signature for his paintings was in the shape of a stylized butterfly…

Thomas Whitcombe

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Constance White

(Early 1900s) Constance White was an author and illustrator of children\’s books such as The Flip Flop Show.

Minor White

Born around the turn of the century in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Minor White was a prominent figure in mid-century American photography as a photographer, poet, critic, and educator. White’s early childhood exposure to photography came mostly from his grandfather, who was an amateur photographer and gifted Minor his first camera. Much…

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Jack Whitten

Abstract painter and sculptor Jack Whitten was born in Alabama in 1939. After enrolling as a pre med student, he realized that he could not stay in the south due to racial violence. Moving to New York City, he enrolled at Cooper Union and graduated with a degree in fine…

Worthington Whittredge

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